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Application of automated trajectory design for pilot flight assessment during route flights

    Tadas Masiulionis Affiliation
    ; Darius Miniotas Affiliation
    ; Darius Rudinskas Affiliation
    ; Ramūnas Kikutis Affiliation
    ; Gabrielė Masiulionienė Affiliation

Abstract

Flight accuracy in the airspace is becoming an increasingly difficult issue due to the expanding number of aircraft operating in it. In order to meet the needs of all airspace users, aircraft flows are being increased, and different aircraft systems that minimise the risk of aircraft accidents are being developed to ensure flight safety. However, statistically, the impact of the human factor on aviation accidents and incidents remains high. This article focuses on the assessment of pilot flight accuracy during route flights and presents a methodology based on automated assessment tunnels for accurately assessing pilot flight deviations from a pre-set flight trajectory axis both on the horizontal and vertical plane.

Keyword : route flight, training flight assessment, automated flight accuracy assessment, flight assessment methodology, aviation

How to Cite
Masiulionis, T., Miniotas, D., Rudinskas, D., Kikutis, R., & Masiulionienė, G. (2017). Application of automated trajectory design for pilot flight assessment during route flights. Aviation, 21(3), 75-82. https://doi.org/10.3846/16487788.2017.1379440
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Oct 5, 2017
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